Semester Two 2012
Advanced Management Accounting
Develops advanced understanding of the application of management accounting to complex problems. Explores issues in strategic management, costing systems, control systems and performance management. Builds communication, critical thinking and managerial skills.
ACCT332 aims to provide students with an advanced understanding of the application of management accounting to complex problems; and issues in strategic management, costing systems, control systems and performance management. It also aims to build students’ communication, critical thinking and managerial skills. The case study method is utilised to develop students understanding of management accounting and their generic skills. The topics covered in ACCT332 includes: Strategy; Organisational structure and transfer pricing; Planning and management control; Performance measurement and compensation; Value chain issues for suppliers, customers and competitors; Advanced costing issues; and The role and destiny of the management accountant.
The learning goals for ACCT332 are:
(a) To provide students with an advanced understanding of recent developments in management accounting theory and practice, including:
(i) Strategy and strategic management
(ii) Performance measurement and compensation
(iii) The value-chain and strategic management accounting
(iv) Advanced costing techniques and cost management
(b) To build the generic skills of students including:
(i) Oral and written communication
(ii) Critical thinking
ACIS332, AFIS332, AFIS322, AFIS522
Course Coordinator / Lecturer
Student Case Presentation
Mid Semester Test
Examination and Formal Tests
03 Nov 2012
07 Sep 2012
C1 Lecture Theatre
Adler, Ralph W;
Management accounting : making it world class;
Anthony, Robert N. , Govindarajan, Vijay;
Management control systems;
Contemporary management accounting;
John Wiley & Sons, 2008.
Hansen, Don R. , Mowen, Maryanne M;
South-Western/Thomson Learning, 2005.
For further information see
Department of Accounting and Information Systems on the department and colleges page.
All ACCT332 Occurrences
Semester Two 2012